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11.18.2015
34 mins
ILP Video

Materials in Extreme Environments and Corrosion - Track 4

Ju Li
Battelle Energy Alliance Professor of Nuclear Science and Engineering
Professor of Materials Science and Engineering
MIT Department of Nuclear Science and Engineering
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11.18.2015
40 mins
ILP Video

Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Sequestration - Track 4

T. Alan Hatton
Ralph Landau Professor of Chemical Engineering Practice
Director, David H Koch School of Chemical Engineering Practice
MIT Department of Chemical Engineering
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11.18.2015
41 mins
ILP Video

Ripe for Disruption: the Next Agricultural Revolution

Caleb Harper
Research Scientist
Project Manager, City Science
MIT Media Lab
Resource scarcity, flattening yields, changing climate, and booming urban populations impose increasing limits on current food systems. The MIT Media Lab Open Agriculture Initiative is committed to driving a paradigm shift to computationally-based food systems that address environmental, economic, and social challenges. The next agricultural revolution now taking root harnesses the power of distributed food-computing across a global network of innovators and producers to foster an agile, open, and responsive food future.
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11.18.2015
51 mins
ILP Video

The New Mobility Economy

Henry Birdseye Weil
Senior Lecturer
MIT Sloan School of Management
Developments in urban transportation today ? Uber, Lyft, Zipcar, BMW?s DriveNow ? have implications that reach far beyond the experiences of individual passengers and drivers. Changing customer attitudes and behaviors are creating new opportunities and new threats in the mobility sector and in every sector it touches, from retail and communications to manufacturing and energy. To thrive in this space, industry incumbents need to understand the importance of being a proactive disruptor, rather than waiting to be overtaken by disruption.
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11.18.2015
36 mins
ILP Video

Urban Mobility in the SENSEable City -- Track 2

Anthony Vanky
Partner Strategist and Researcher, MIT Senseable City Lab
The proliferation of digital devices and the telecommunication networks are impacting how we manage and experience our cities. So too, the proliferation of big data is availing a new, high resolution understanding of human society. These technologies have and will impact how individuals experience and move through the city. We ask how these technological trends impact the everyday individuals and what opportunities exist in the future ?senseable? city.
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